Popular Resistance: Protests against Duke Energy blocking solar energy in NC

Mar 9, 2016 | In the News, IPL News Highlights, State Press Clips, What's New

March 09, 2016
Alex Kotch

Around the nation, big utility companies are successfully lobbying lawmakers and regulators to restrict individual and corporate access to solar power, denying people significant savings on electricity bills and the opportunity to take part in the growing green energy economy.

In third-party solar financing, a non-utility company installs solar panels on a customer’s property at little or no up-front cost, sometimes selling the solar energy back to the customer at rates typically lower than a utility would charge. Read more

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